Where Help Is Needed

Zahida, 35, stands in front of the ruins of her house


Over 5.6 million people have fled Syria since 2011, seeking safety in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and beyond.

emeni grandmother Hadiya lives in an unfinished building in the port city of Aden


Six years of fighting in Yemen have driven millions of people from their homes.

A newly arrived Rohingya family from Myanmar, including Hajira Khatun, 22, and Sadeka, 3 months


Families have often trekked miles through the jungle, or braved dangerous sea voyages to reach safety.

Warao community leader, Eligio Tejerina, 33, sits in a hammock with his children at Pintolandia Shelter in Boa Vista, northern Brazil.


More than four million people have left the country amidst violence and crippling food shortages.

South Sudan

The brutal conflict in South Sudan has claimed thousands of lives and driven nearly four million people from their homes.


After decades of conflict and violence, millions of Iraqis have been forced to abandon their homes.


Violent insurgents in northeastern Nigeria have displaced nearly 2.4 million people and driven many over the border into neighbouring countries.

Central African Republic

The Central African Republic (CAR) is one of the world’s poorest countries and has long been troubled by unrest.


Persecution, conflict and human rights violations are forcing people to flee their homes and seek safety in Europe.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

4.5 million people have been dicplaced and forced over 800,000 others to cross into neighbouring countries.

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